Watch Rick Santorum Explain Why He Is Voting For Donald Trump [VIDEO]

Rick Santorum endorsed the likely nominee and defended him from a couple of accusations on Fox News.

As a religious conservative, some may find it surprising that Rick Santorum endorsed Donald Trump. But I think he explained his reasoning rather well.

The Supreme Court is a huge deal, and Santorum is right to bring it up as a reason to support Trump. While one may wonder if he will keep his promise to appoint conservative judges, there is no doubt that Hillary will appoint horrible judges.

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I was surprised that Greta questioned Donald Trump’s excellent ad against Hillary Clinton. That ad zeroes in on a very important issue in this election. How could anyone claim that such an ad showed a lack of substance or lack of attention “to the issues”? Rick Santorum was absolutely right that voters want “unvarnished.” He might have added that they wanted it from John McCain and Mitt Romney, too, but they were disappointed.

Hillary’s attack ad on Donald Trump was just stupid. Buying up properties after a crash is what makes a recovery possible. It actually starts the recovery. Of course, Hillary has as much as admitted that she has no idea how to help the economy, so it is not surprising that she misinterpreted what Donald Trump said.

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